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  • n. Alternative spelling of drill bit.

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  • I did enjoy this movie however, and I would rather watch this over and over than watch carlos mencia who over reacts. drillbit taylor wasn't that great and neither was superbad or knocked up. if you haven't seen this movie, watch it before you start giving an opinion. adam on Oct 2, 2008

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  • I started by drilling a big hole with the titanium drillbit.

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  • He saw the spatter of blood appear across the forearm of the man holding the drill, then a coil of white tissue wound up around the drillbit.

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  • Drilling is fine for a cavity, but what we need to fix our woeful state is a lot bigger than what a drillbit can offer.

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  • We are approaching 2011 to maximize the long-term value of our ample portfolio of opportunities and to remain flexible to increase our pace through the drillbit, acquisitions or exploration success.

  • This cash position will slowly dwindle over the next year as it gets somewhat busier with the drillbit.

  • During 2010, the company added approximately 4.8 tcfe of proved reserves through the drillbit including extensions, discoveries and performance-related revisions at an estimated drilling and completion cost of less than $1.15 per thousand cubic feet of natural gas equivalent and added approximately 200 bcfe of proved reserves associated with positive price-related revisions.

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  • Pioneer's 2011 drillbit reserve replacement stood at 313% at a drillbit finding and development cost of $13.83 per BOE.

  • Houston-based Schlumberger, which operates in about 80 countries, had previously said it wanted Smith's drillbit technology to offer its customers the option to drill deeper and cheaper for fossil fuels.

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  • This step change in drilling performance and well productivity must come from combining measurement and steering capabilities with the engineering and design of the complete bottom-hole assembly and its various components -- including the drilling fluids and drillbit -- with the hydraulic and mechanical environment in which they operate.

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